Former Archbishop of Canterbury: Open up the world through religionWed, Sep. 12, 2018
In an exclusive interview in Cairo, Former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey speaks with Egypt Today, calling on religious leaders to open up to the world and inviting pilgrims to visit Egypt and walk in the footsteps of the Holy Family.
Curious case exhibits of Muslim Brotherhood’s Hassan MalekFri, May. 18, 2018
Cairo Criminal Court has held six sessions thus far only to unseal the curious exhibits of the case of the Muslim Brotherhood’s businessman Hassan Malek
Novelist Ahmed Naji fined LE 20K over sexually loaded chapterTue, Apr. 24, 2018
Novelist Ahmed Naji was fined LE 20,000 for publishing “indecent text that violates public modesty” due to a chapter from his novel “Using Life”.
Sisi reveals military budget, future hopes in interviewWed, Mar. 21, 2018
Sisi said that people should not spread feelings of hopelessness, claiming that it will eventually turn into a reality.
Alexandrian catacombs: A look into Hellenistic pastFri, Mar. 16, 2018
Luxor and Aswan are known for Pharaonic tombs, but Alexandria also has a share of the glory, although its monuments are low-profile, even among Egyptians.
Documentaries show independence of US and Egyptian womenSat, Mar. 3, 2018
When “Dream, Girl,” a documentary film featuring female entrepreneurs in New York, was screened in Cairo last December, the majority of the attendees were male. However, that did not bother director Erin Bagwell.
Indian-American novelist Akhil Sharma mistaken for Arab by racistsTue, Feb. 27, 2018
“It felt a bit like being erased,” Indian-American novelist Akhil Sharma says of being mistaken for an Arab by racists.
Egypt to export gas supplied by Israel in energy hub planMon, Feb. 19, 2018
64 BCM of natural gas from Israel’s Tamar and Leviathan reservoirs will be exported to private Egyptian company Dolphinus for over a decade for $15 billion.